Strong Waves

Some articles on strong waves, strong, waves:

Hurricane Erika (1997) - Impact
... Hurricane Erika produced strong waves and high low-level winds throughout the Lesser Antilles ... Offshore, strong waves capsized one dinghy and broke a 50-foot (15 m) boat from its moorings ... The strong waves forced the evacuation of eight families in the northern portion of the island ...
Hurricane Felix (1995) - Impact - United States
... While stalling offshore, Hurricane Felix generated strong waves of up to 15 feet (4.6 m) in Martha's Vineyard ... In addition, persistent cyclonic winds caused strong rip currents along the coastline ... The rip currents and strong waves caused three drowning deaths in North Carolina and five in New Jersey ...
Hurricane Fabian - Impact - Bermuda
... Large waves battered the southern portion of the island for several days, reaching heights of 25 to 35 feet (7 to 10 m) at the worst of the hurricane, and upon passing the island ... Strong rip currents from the hurricane persisted for several days prior to Fabian passing the island two swimmers were caught in the currents and ... Strong waves caused extensive damage to the coastline, especially on the southern portion of Bermuda ...
List Of New Jersey Hurricanes - List of Tropical Cyclones - 2000s
... Strong winds and storm surges caused heavy damage, as well as one direct death and one indirect death ... of the hurricane's large windfield, Isabel causes strong storm surges of up to 10.6 feet (3.2 m) in Burlington ... Persistent strong waves severely erode beaches along the coast ...

Famous quotes containing the words waves and/or strong:

    With these I would be.
    And with water: the waves coming forward, without cessation,
    The waves, altered by sand-bars, beds of kelp, miscellaneous
    Topped by cross-winds, tugged at by sinuous undercurrents
    The tide rustling in, sliding between the ridges of stone,
    The tongues of water, creeping in, quietly.
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    Samuel Butler (1835–1902)